Hyde Cemetery

Hyde, Saskatchewan, Canada

Hyde is in the RM of McLeod
Closest Cemetery could be across the river to the south, in RM No. 154 - EL CAPO

El Capo originated from a Cree word Ekapo, which means “Weed”, and Dept of Municipal Affairs, misunderstood the translation and thus El capo originated from that. Guess they figured it was a bunch of Mexicans there, rather than the Cree?

Cemetery # 895
Hyde- St. John's (Josephsberg)
Evangelical Reformed
Location NE Sec 9- Twp 19A- Rge 7- W2

There is also Cemeteries on the north side of the river that should be checked for ancestor graves

SGI shows a Hyde -Eastman cemetery but this is in range 17, long ways west of Hyde. Not sure why they used the name Hyde?

Check the map above out for other Cemeteries nearby
#1129, #1131 and #1153
#1131 is a private Piller cemetery, so not a likely choice
so #1129 the Killaly-Mariahilf would be a good choice
or #1153, the Old Neudorf Trinity Cemetery.

see the Hyde Church page for Church info
all that remains is a Cairn to mark the church location

Family Tie to this area-
born- Apr 02, 1831in Poland
died- Nov 12, 1929 on the family farm, at SEC 22-TSP18- RGE 7 W2, near Grenfell SK,
buried at Josephsberg Cemetery, at St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church
location shown above.

Try the links below
These are NOT my sites
The links may or may not work
Since I have no control over them
Cemetery Lists, and Index of Names visit Sask Gen Web Site

Birth and Death Vital Stats Info visit SK Govt site

Died during the War? Need to go here.

Rootsweb has a great Cemetery site now


  • Last modified: 2018/02/20 12:58
  • by dlgent